How To Mount a Photo To Canvas Tutorial ($5.00 Gift)

How to mount a photo to canvas tutorial A great handmade gift for under $5

Today I’m sharing with you a tutorial on how to mount a photo to canvas. This is just about the easiest project in the world, it takes 10 minutes from start until you leave it to dry and each photo costs less than $5.00 to make. It’s a heartfelt and inexpensive handmade gift. I love the outcome of this tutorial because you paint mod podge overtop in long, thin strokes which gives the photo a painted effect.

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Materials:

  • 8X10 photo printed on photo paper. We had them printed at our local photo processing place.  (You may need to trim your photo slightly to fit the canvas)
  • 8X10 artist canvas (this is a piece of canvas stretched on a wood frame. They sell them at my local dollar store for $1.25 each)
  • Foam Brushes
  • Mod Podge
  • Acrylic Paint

Directions:

Step 1: Using your foam brush paint around the outside edge of your canvas using acrylic paint in the color of your choice (I used black on one and robin’s egg blue on the other). You may also want to paint a small border on the front of the canvas in case there is any areas where your photo doesn’t quite meet the edge of the canvas. Then no white will show through.

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Step 2: Allow to dry for a few minutes and then apply a thin layer of mod podge over the paint along the sides of the canvas. (This step is optional but I think it gives the edges a bit of shine that I like.

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Step 3: Using a second foam brush apply a thick, even layer of mod podge over the entire front of your canvas.

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Step 4: Stick your 8X10″ photo onto the canvas that you just covered in mod podge. Press firmly all around the photo making sure there are no air bubbles and that the photo is firmly attached to the canvas.

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Step 5: Using your foam brush apply long, thin, even coats of mod podge over the surface of your photo. These strokes are what will give your photo an almost painted or textured appearance once dry. Make sure you pay special attention to the faces in the photo and don’t leave any big smears of mod podge over the faces. You want long, even strokes.

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Step 6: Let dry.

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Step 7: Hang (or prop up) and enjoy!

How to mount a photo to canvas tutorial A great handmade gift for under $5.00

Voila! All done. I could not be happier with the way these turned out. I brought them to a friend’s house over the weekend. The husband looked at them and said “Where did you get these photos dry mounted?” I told him that I did them myself. He said “Wow! I looked into having some photos done like that and they charge around $100 a piece to do them.” When I told him that they took me less than 10 minutes to do and cost less than $5.00 each he was shocked.

Craftgawker photo canvas

I’m making 8 different canvases right now in total (though I thought of a few more pictures that I want to do as well.) Most of them are photos from our maternity and new family sessions with Zuzu Photography.

Mounting photo to canvas tutorial A great handmade gift for under $5.00 2If you like this tutorial make sure to check out our Photo to Wood Transfer Tutorial as well!

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83 Responses to How To Mount a Photo To Canvas Tutorial ($5.00 Gift)

  1. ronnie says:

    So easy!
    Such a great idea to make a cohesive picture collection!
    Love it – thanks for sharing.

    • Crystal says:

      Thank you so much Ronnie. I really do love the look of them, they are a little bit different from your usual frame so they catch your eye and they are so inexpensive and fast to make.

      Thank you for stopping by.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  2. Laurie says:

    This is awesome! I love how it looks. Such a wonderful idea that looks easy enough for even me. :) Thanks for sharing…no, really! Visiting from SITS.

    • Crystal says:

      Awwww, thanks Laurie. I’m so glad that you like them. They are VERY easy to make. You’ll have to share pictures if you end up making some.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  3. These are lovely, I’ve been wanting to do this
    What type of paper do you have the pictures printed on?

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Katy,

      Thank you so much. I have to confess, I’m a bit addicted to making them right now. :) I just have them printed on regular photo paper. I don’t usually print photos at home, I usually get them printed at Costco or Walmart.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

      • denise dasaro says:

        My photo wrinkled a bit. ..do u have any suggestions?

        • Crystal says:

          Hi Denise,

          Were they professionally printed photos or printed from your computer? I haven’t had one wrinkle on me using ones printed at a photo lab but I tried printing them on my home computer and those wrinkled. If you are using photos from a photo lab, it might be that you are getting bubbles underneath your photo. Try taking a credit card and lightly running it along the top of your photo to push excess mod podge out.

          Let me know if that works and thank you so much for visiting.

          Best Wishes,

          Crystal

  4. Kristen says:

    What a great tutorial! I absolutely love the canvas look, and I would love to have more photos done this way, but the cost was always more than I was willing to spend. This is perfect though!

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  6. Faye Bell says:

    I can’t believe it myself. This is such an excellent work that it is so hard to tell if it was done carefully. Thanks so much for sharing. I’ll try to make this at home if I have time.

  7. Wow! Looks so good and easy, too. Even I can do this.

    daisy

  8. Corwin Woods says:

    This is really a great tutorial, easy to do and very affordable also, you did an admirable work, i have enjoyed this great post, many thanks for sharing..

  9. Corwin Woods says:

    This is really a great idea to turn a photo onto canvas, i was looking for such idea, many thanks for sharing this great post..

  10. Janet says:

    I just love this idea! Great tutorial as well!

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  12. Amy says:

    I work at an adult community center and have Wednesday craft day. I’ve been looking for something to have for the ladies to do and I think this may be just the ticket! I’m going to make a couple to show them and let them take off from there. Thank you so much for the inspiration!

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Amy,

      I would love for you to come back and tell me how the craft project went. I hope everyone likes it. :) Take pictures of them doing the craft… and then you can mount them to canvas. ;)

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  13. Owl Jones says:

    Just a suggestion – for just a few dollars more, you can shop at Michael’s or Hobby Lobby ( or similar ) and catch better canvas on sale. When they have a “half off” sale ( or you get a Michael’s 40% off coupon on your phone or from their website) you can get canvas like these for about $2.50 each – but without the staples in the side. They are “back stapled” and the staples are hidden. Just a thought. :) Nice step by step! Thanks!

    • Crystal says:

      Thank you so much for the suggestions. I’m in Canada and we don’t have Hobby Lobby and the canvases are really expensive at Michaels but I completely agree… If you have ones without staples available for a good price point… or even if you just want to spend a bit extra to not have staples it’s worth looking further than the dollar store.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  14. Cari H. says:

    This is PERFECT!!

  15. Mallory says:

    These look fantastic and the tutorial is great! My family just moved into a new house and I’m dying to try something different to decorate. I was curious though, what are the pictures printed on? Are the photos printed at the store on photo paper, or do I have to print the pictures at home on regular computer paper?

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Mallory,

      Thank you so much for visiting. They are printed on photo paper. I tried making them using regular printer paper and the paper crinkled up. It might work if you printed on cardstock. I will update the post to suggest printing on photo paper. Thank you for the catch.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  16. connie says:

    great idea and thanks for sharing – are the photos printed on matt or gloss finish?

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Connie,

      I had them printed with a matte finish and used a matte finish mod podge on them. I think they would look great with a gloss finish and gloss mod podge as well though. Up to personal preference. If you try gloss I’d love to hear how it goes. Even if you try matte I’d love to hear how you found the project. :)

      Thanks for visiting!

      Crystal

  17. Courtney says:

    Was in such a hurry to do this that I bought the glossy Mod Podge. It turned out great, but I’m a little anal and I’m worried about the glare when it’s done on the walls. I did this as a baby shower gift for my brother and his wife, and did it on 16×20 canvases. It’s definitely as easy as you said it was and thank you!

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Courtney. I’m so happy to hear that it worked well for you. If you end up wanting to give it a matte coat I’m sure that you could add a coat of matte mod podge over the layer of glossy you already have. Thanks so much for letting me know you tried it! I hope your brother and his wife love them.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  18. Those are gorgeous – great photos, and the mounting looks professional!
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  19. Bonnie Hampel says:

    I put photos on cheap ceramic tioles. I make COASTERS

  20. Sarah says:

    Thank you so much! I’m a seriously broke student and was hoping to do something like this for xmas pressies… everybody’s getting these this year!! I’ve seen a few different tutorials online but this is by far the simplest explanation of how to do it! A friend of mine tried it but she said her pictures came out as a mirror image on the canvas? Did she just see a different tutorial or are there different ways of doing it?

    Thanks again!
    Sarah

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Sarah,

      I’m so happy you are using these for Christmas presents. I’d love to hear how they turn out. If you are in the US one other commenter said that you can get canvas without the staples on the side at Holly Hobbie for just a bit more money.

      Your friend was probably transferring the photo to canvas or wood and didn’t print her image in reverse so was getting a mirror image. Since you are mounting the photo, face side up, there is not need to worry about printing in reverse.

      Thank you so much for visiting!

      Crystal

  21. Megan says:

    Have you tried to use an actual photo or does it just work better with a printed photo on paper?

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Megan,

      It has to be a real photo for this (aka printed on photo paper instead of on regular paper). I tried using a photo printed on paper for this but it gets all crinkly. Not a good look. :)

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  22. Mos Yang says:

    I love this!! I looked everywhere and couldn’t find a simple way to turn your pictures into a canvas. Def. going to try this for a Christmas present.

  23. Troy says:

    I used to do this for a professional photo finisher. This is the exact way we would do it except, we would separate the photo. We would pull the paper off of the back of the print. It does get a little tricky. Sometimes you rip the photo itself, but then we would just print another. I haven’t tried it with a smaller size, we used to do poster size family portraits and such. When you use a thin print and press it to the canvas you get some of the texture through the print. It can actually look like it is painted. The final coat of Mod Podge can be done in small repetetive patterns to give it a more textured “professional” look.

    Just my 2 cents.

    Troy

    • Crystal says:

      Thank you so much for sharing Troy! Fabulous to know that my DIY method is so similar to the way the pros do it.

      Thanks for stopping by!

      Crystal

  24. Astrid says:

    I tried this method. The mod podge stayed white.
    I used a photo on photo paper.
    what did i do wrong?

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Astrid,

      Thanks for stopping by. Did you use Mod Podge brand Mod Podge? I’ve never seen Mod Podge stay white before. Could be that you layered it on too thick but even then when Mod Podge dries it dries clear. Can you tell me what finish of Mod Podge you used?

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  25. Melynda says:

    Does the photo need to be printed from a laser copier or can it be printed from a ink jet printer? Was curious if I printed it at home on photo paper from my ink jet printer, if the picture would smear once I put on the mod podge. Great article!

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Melynda,

      I suggest using a photo printed at your local photo lab on photo paper. I tried doing it with a photo printed on my ink jet and while the photo didn’t run the paper got wrinkly when the mod modge went on it.

      I hope that helps. Thank you so much for visiting.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  26. Stephanie L says:

    Just wondering if it makes a huge difference in the mod podge finish… I have gloss on hand and I see you used matte

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Stephanie,

      I haven’t used the gloss myself but I believe it’s just a matter of personal preference, just like if you had your photos printed in gloss or matte. I usually get my photos printed in matte but a lot of people get them printed in gloss. Everything should work exactly the same, you’ll just have a glossy finish. :)

      Thank you so much for stopping by!

      Crystal

  27. Julia H says:

    I was given a photo on canvas of an old barn and thought it would be nice to have a grouping. I have several photos and had thought I would give this a try. Thanks for the step by step.

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Julia,

      That sounds so pretty! I’d love for you to share a link to a picture when you have it all up. I’m glad that the tutorial was helpful.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  28. Karen says:

    Thanks so much for sharing yet another awesome tutorial! I do have one question though. Do you know a way to wrap the photo so it covers the edges (instead of painting the edges)?

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Karen,

      Hmmmm good question. If you printed the photo on paper bigger than your canvas I suppose you could cut the photo at the corners and fold the photo around the edges using a boning knife? I haven’t tried it but it popped into my head. I usually get the 8X10 canvases though and a 8X10 photo so there isn’t extra photo to wrap over the edges.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  29. Julie says:

    Hi Crystal…

    I can’t wait to try this, but I have a question. On Step 4 you say to put Mod Podge on, Step 5 to put the picture on, but how long do you let the picture set? Do you just pull the paper off after a certain amount of time? Do you have to rub the paper off?

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Julie,

      Thanks for your message. The photo stays right on the canvas and then you cover it with another layer of mod podge. No peeling off. :)

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  30. Melissa says:

    Does this method also work on wood or only the transfer method?

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Melissa,

      I’m pretty sure you could do this on wood. I haven’t tried it yet but I’ve been meaning to.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  31. Kevin says:

    Thanks for sharing this informative post with us!!! these STEPS give you a better way to memorize your past memories by printing your old instagram pics on canvas. once again thanks for share!!!!

  32. Crystal,
    I am always looking for new crafts for our summer camp. In past years we have done a memory book the last day of camp. This year a mod podge collage on a canvas ( on sale at Michaels) will be a great variation! I thought the pictures would ‘smear’ with the application of the mod podge, but no, my sample looks great! My suggestion to others is to allow a finger width between the pictures and the edges of the canvas for better adhesion.

  33. Sue Flynn says:

    Thanks for the great tutorial! Can’t wait to try it!

  34. Ruqaiyah says:

    Hi!..the step by step tutorial makes it even easier!..just a suggestion..I haven’t tried it yet..but why don’t u take out a printout & stick that upside down on a pre-glued canvas? Since the ink is still wet,the picture will copy to the canvas & it might give a more authentic look..I’m gonna try that after my term..I think it cud turn out well!

  35. Angela says:

    Hi there I just ordered prints on Esty for my sons nursery. They didnt have the option to have them printed on canvas so I figured I would try it myself. Thanks so much for the step by step seems pretty easy. One quick question: the prints are being sent on Epson Ultra Premium Luster heavyweight paper do you think that will work for this process? Thx so much!!

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Angela,

      Do you know if the paper is photo paper (like what you get from a photo printing lab) or more like a cardstock? I’ve tried doing the canvas prints with just regular printing paper and the paper ended up getting wrinkles in it. This sounds like thicker photo paper though. I might ask if there is any way that they can send you a blank piece of the paper and try doing a test with it. I’m fairly certain it would be ok, but I would hate to have you ruin your beautiful print.

      Please come back and let me know how it turns out!

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  36. Diane says:

    I love this tutorial so much more than the transfer ones I’ve seen everywhere.

    I have a question for you. I’m getting married and looking at doing this for my wedding guestbook. I want to put the picture in the middle, and then have a lot of space on the canvas for the writing. It’s a dark picture, so I’d paint around the picture in black and have them use my white ink pen.

    Which would be better: transferring the picture or just mod-podging the actual picture?

    Thank you!

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Diane,

      That sounds like it would be beautiful! I think Mod Podging the picture would be a great option. The only thing I would check is how the pen writes on mod podge. I hope you have a fabulous wedding. I’d love to see a picture of your wedding photo/guest book.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Diane,

      That sounds like it would be beautiful! I think Mod Podging the picture would be a great option. The only thing I would check is how the pen writes on mod podge. I hope you have a fabulous wedding. I’d love to see a picture of your wedding photo/guest book.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  37. jessica says:

    When the photo is on the canvas with the modge podge how long until u peel the picture off?

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Jessica,

      Thanks for your question. You don’t peel the picture off in this tutorial. This one is for mounting the photo to the canvas, so your photo lays on top of the canvas.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  38. Jenn says:

    I did this over the weekend. It turned out pretty darn good! I will admit–not as good as if I had paid for the canvas to be done elsewhere but the cost was so much better. I found my canvas at the Dollar Store ($1.25 for 8×10) and it had the staples on the back which was awesome! The total cost for this picture was approx. $5.50.
    I expected the mod podge to be thicker (for some reason) but it was more like white glue so my first attempt was a bit drippy but it still turned out awesome! I am curious though – so I did the finish in long even strokes (up and down) and the texture is as such – what if i were to reapply a second coat and do it across – would the texture be more like a plaid? Does that even make sense?

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Jenn,

      I’m so glad that it turned out well! This is one of my favorite craft projects ever. It’s SO easy and inexpensive. I have tried putting a second coat of mod podge on going in the opposite direction but my guess is that it would look pretty good. Kind of like cross hatching. If you try it please let me know.

      Thank you for visiting!

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  39. Nicky says:

    I made these for my mom for Mother’s Day, they turned out so good, thanks so much for the directions! She loved them!

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Nicky!

      That makes me so happy! I’m glad that your mom liked them. Thank you so much for using my tutorial!

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

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  41. Jeri says:

    I am concerned about the photos with Mod Podge. Will they yellow over time?

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Jeri,

      Good question! As of yet, my photos haven’t yellowed… that being said, I wouldn’t suggest doing this with old photos or photos that you only have one copy of. I just used inexpensive prints that I had made for $1.00 each, so if they do end up yellowing on me one day it’s not the end of the world.

      Thank you so much for visiting.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  42. Sara says:

    I know this is not a new blog post, but I just completed this project today! Thank you so much. It turned out great. I did learn a few things while doing it. First I’ll say, I did two 11X14 size prints/canvases. I found this size canvas at Big Lots for $4 each. I had to trim the print a little for it to fit the canvas and also because the print had a white “border” around the edge of the print that I didn’t want. I had to do glossy prints bc the photo place didn’t do matte finish on this size, so I got glossy ModPodge too.

    I bought a red acrylic paint for my canvas edges, but next time I will probably just do black. For one thing, unless you trim your print very evenly, a color or white paint will show off the slight uneven-ness of the cutting, if that makes sense. You can see anywhere that I may have not trimmed exactly straight. I think with these particular photos (and with many in general), a black canvas edge would have helped blend better with the photo and not made the uneven-ness “pop,” Oh well, you won’t be able to tell once i get these hung bc they’re going to be in a high area where I don’t think it will be so obvious. Also I think black might make them look more “professional,” probably again because it would hide any little flaws better. Even in this blog post, I thought the pic you did with black edges looked more professional than the one you did light blue. But then again, it’s whatever you want, your style, whatever makes you happy. I do enjoy the pop of color the red brings to the look of the canvas.

    I will also say, I did the cross-hatching thing that was discussed in the comments. I wanted a more textured, canvas-y look, and it turned out great. I just waited till each layer was dry before I cross-hatched. My first one, I only did it once each way (once vertical, once horizontal) and was satisfied. For some reason, the second one, it didn’t seem to look as textured to me (I think bc I did thinner layers that time), so I ended up doing it 4 times; horiz; vert; horiz; vert; letting it dry between each time. And it turned out great too. The two I did ended up looking the same texture-wise, I guess because of the difference in layer-thickness between my first and second one, like I said.

    Anyway, just thought i would contribute and say thank you again for sharing this budget-friendly way to make pictures special!

    • Crystal says:

      Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts Sara! I really appreciate you taking the time to write down all of your findings. I think that once your photos are up, and you are looking at them with a less critical eye, you won’t mind the bit of red showing where you trimmed your pictures. I know that I’m always super critical of my crafts while I am making them and then if I give it a day or two and go back to them they look so much better to me. I’m hyper critical of my own work.

      Thank you so much for visiting Sew Creative!

      Crystal

      • Sara says:

        Yep, you’re right, Crystal! I actually love the red edges now. Thankfully the unevenness doesn’t stand out at all, and it looks really good–gives it a pop of color I really like!

        I also ended up doing a 16X20 family photo on canvas too. (This size canvas was $6.) I did go ahead and do black paint for it, and that was probably a wise decision, since it’s so big. I do think the black (for this photo anyway–it’s dark around the edges) hides any unevenness in my trimming of the photo. I did find I needed to do 2 coats of black on the white edges bc it showed through more white than with the red canvases I did before (didn’t notice any on the red). And then I didn’t wait long enough for the 2nd coat to dry before doing the ModPodge and ended up getting some black paint in my MP bottle–oops. That is so “me.” Got to get some patience! Anyway, I did manage to kind of scoop out the “dirty” MP and salvage the rest of the bottle. Also I was concerned that a little black paint might be getting on my photo, but luckily it was such a small amount, there’s no trace of it on the final result! Just thought I would mention that for anyone doing this project–be patient and let the paint dry well on your canvas before proceeding, just to be safe!

        Thanks again Crystal! I absolutely love my finished canvases and they look fantastic! Going to be doing this again and again!

  43. Melissa H. says:

    Hi – I followed your directions to a T, but when I applied the Mod Podge over the top of the photo, it began to bubble a bit. What did I do wrong? Is there a way to fix the air bubbles once dried or do I need to trash these and start over? I used 12×12 color prints from FedEx Kinkos and 12×12 canvasses.
    Thanks,
    Melissa H.

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Melissa,

      Hmmmm. Good question. Were they photos from Kinkos or colored copies? You need to use photos for this tutorial (aka the photos need to be printed on photo paper not copy paper). I have tried using colored copies and the paper ends up rippling. I’m not sure if that’s what happened to you? Sounds like if it was the mod podge itself that bubbled that perhaps the mod podge was layered on too thickly, or dried to fast?

      I’m not sure if you can fix it. You might want to try sanding the bubbles very lightly using a very fine grained sand paper. You could probably also wet the canvas down, peel the photo off, letting it dry and then reusing the canvas with a newly printed photo.

      I hope these ideas help. Keep me updated.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

      • Melissa H. says:

        Crystal – these were actual matte photos that I had made there. You do have a point in that I may not have had enough mod Podge down before I laid the photo over the top. I think it just did not adhere in that one area, even though I turned it over and carefully smoothed out any bubbles. I think I may try and cut the photo just a snip, then apply more mod Podge to see if it lays down. If that doesn’t work, I will wet, remove and start again with a new print.

        Thank you for sharing your expertise and tips with us non crafty gals. :-)

        Cheers,
        Melissa

        • Crystal says:

          Ah, ok your bubbles were underneath the photo. I thought you meant that bubbles formed in the mod podge on top of the photo. I would definitely say that you need to apply more mod podge (apply it to the canvas and to the back of the photo) then really smooth the photo down to get all the air bubbles and excess mod podge out.

          Thanks for explaining the situation more. :) I hope it works the second time around.

          Best Wishes,

          Crystal

  44. Elizabeth says:

    Just finished doing my own photos onto canvas! First of all, thanks for the tutorial. Secondly, I was wondering about photo resolution. When I went to get mine printed 8×10, the photos came out slightly pixelated. Do you have to have Photoshop to be able to change the resolution so that they will not be blurry? Or any tips on how to fix photos to get non-pixelated?

    Thanks!

    • Crystal says:

      Hi Elizabeth,

      The photo resolution would have to do with your camera settings. For example, if you right clicked and saved an image off of Facebook that isn’t going to be an image that is high resolution enough to print 8X10. You need the original image from your camera. Were these images printed from your camera? You want high resolution images when you print. If someone is sending you an image make sure you ask for high resolution.

      Best Wishes,

      Crystal

  45. Florence says:

    What a brilliant idea transferring photos on canvas like that! Just finished my first photo canvas and the result is spectacular, thanks so much for the tutorial!

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